Mike Miller and Neanderthal thinking

Sure, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller. You are the only one smart enough to know what is wrong with the state finances and roads. Where is money that is supposed to be in the transportation fund? Why is it necessary to raise taxes to raise more money to divert to other purposes? Yes, there is Neanderthal thinking here but it is not on the Republican side.

Finton Cordell

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